Support » Theme: Quark » Second Front Page Widget Area – How to Add Image?

  • Resolved jaredmeyer


    Could you help me? How does one add an image in the “Second Front Page Widget Area” as seen in Quark’s sample page? (Simple HTML or is there a plugin or just added one of the ÔÇťavailable widgets”?

    As seen here:

    And while on the topic, how does one add that “call to action” button? on the First Front Page Widget Area?



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  • Hi Jared,
    You need to set up a static page first. Choose the optional “front page” template in the side bar options of the page creation tab. Then in the Appearance > Customise > Static Front Page options set the front page to the one you have just created.
    In the Appearance>Widgets tab there is a “simple image (pb)” widget which you just drag to the “Second Front Page Widget Area” and then just fill in the image URL and the link URL if you want it to navigate somewhere.
    The “Call to Action” button is another widget which you just drag to the Front Page Banner Widget Area and enter the text you want to appear. If you want it over to the left you can drag an image to the Second Front Page Banner Widget Area.
    Hope this helps!


    Thanks so much, Martin. Unfortunately, there are only 12 “Available widgets” and none of them are “simple image” or “call to action”. I’m using a free Quark version – is that causing the challenge? – Jared

    Ah yes sorry, I missed that bit ! You need to download and install the “Page Builder SiteOrigin” plugin (it is free and in the repository) that’s what the (PB) stands for. Once that is activated you should see those widgets – and quite a lot of other ones too!


    Martin – Thank you so much. Now you’re talkin’! I really appreciate your help! – Jared

    No problem, very pleased to have been able to help, let us know if you need anything else.


    Theme Author Anthony Hortin


    Hi Jared,

    If you have a look at the FAQ’s on my Theme Homepage, it’ll show you exactly how to setup your homepage to match the Theme Demo.

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